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Born: June 8, 1939 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Wyco, West Virginia, USA Profession: Cast ...


Director (feature film)

Dinner, The (1997) as Director
The story of three African-American men who get together for dinner in an upscale Savannah, Georgia restaurant to discuss the role of the black man in American.

Cast (feature film)

Last Brickmaker in America, The (2001)
Henry Cobb, a master brickmaker, restores his own damaged soul through an unlikely friendship with a troubled young boy.Henry, a warm and honest man, has worked his family brickyard for 57 years. From dusk to dawn every day but Sunday, every week of the year, he has proudly put his blood and sweat i
Tomcats (2001)
Michael Delaney is a struggling cartoonist who must get his best friend, avowed bachelor Kyle Brenner, to wed within 30 days in order to win a bet and save himself from financial ruin. Things get complicated when Michael falls for Natalie Parker, the woman he propositioned to be Kyle's bride.
Simple Life of Noah Dearborn, The (1999)
An ageless carpenter manages to remain untouched by the corruption of the 20th century until he becomes the target of a greedy developer. Noah Dearborn, a master craftsman and farmer, has discovered that the secret to staying young is meaningful work. His life is altered, however, when real estate d
Dinner, The (1997) as Good Brother
The story of three African-American men who get together for dinner in an upscale Savannah, Georgia restaurant to discuss the role of the black man in American.
In the Mouth of Madness (1995)
Sutter Cane is this century''s most widely read author. His novels have been translated into 18 different languages, and spawned a billion dollar industry. When Cane vanishes just days before he''s expected to deliver his latest manuscript, his publisher Jackson Harglow hires John Trent to investigate his mysterious disappearance. With the writer''s fans whipped into a public frenzy, Trent believes the case is nothing but an ill conceived publicity stunt--until he and Cane''s editor, Linda Styles, travel to New England in search of clues. There, they wind up in a town called Hobbs End, a sleepy hamlet that cannot be found on any ordinary map--a fictional village that exists only in Cane''s novels. Has the investigation unearthed a fantasy world or has reality blended with the macabre imagination of Sutter Cane?
Once Upon a Time... When We Were Colored (1995) as Mr Walter
Welcome to Glen Allan, Mississippi, 1946. Experience an America that remains only in the hearts and minds of those who were brought up in this small southern community. Lost in the sweat of the cotton fields and hidden in the juke joints of muddy water blues, the people of Glen Allan nurtured and pr
Glass Shield, The (1994)
A young Police Academy graduate is assigned to an LA sheriff's office where he is the first and only black officer. Determined to fit in, he agrees to lie about the circumstances of a crime in which the prime suspect is black, but when he realizes that the man has been framed by his colleagues, he t
Revenge of the Nerds IV: Nerds in Love (1994)
Based on the series of theatrical films following the adventures of a group of "nerds." This telefilm depicts the impending wedding of nerd Booger Dawson.
Cemetery Club, The (1993)
The story of three Pittsburgh widows who gather once a month to visit their husband's graves. Their friendship becomes strained when one of them starts dating.
Street Knight (1993)
A retired cop returns to the streets of Los Angeles to help find a missing teen who''s a gang member.
Under Siege (1992)
It''s up to the cook to save the day when terrorists take over a nuclear-armed battleship in "Under Siege" (1992), the action-packed thriller that captures Steven Seagal at the zenith of his stardom. Seagal is the former Navy SEAL turned cook who is on the scene when Tommy Lee Jones and Gary Busey lead a siege on the USS Missouri. Leaving the ship''s galley, he declares a one-man war, taking out the intruders with neck-breaking high kicks and furious fists. Erika Eleniak and Patrick O''Neal costar.
Revenge of the Nerds III: The Next Generation (1992)
A movie based on the feature films. The nerds of Adams College are back, but they now dominate campus life. A rich alumnus joins forces with the Dean to bring the jocks back to power.
Chains of Gold (1991)
The story of a teenage drug courier in Miami and the social worker who tries to save him.
Another 48 Hrs. (1990)
Upon his release from prison, Reggie Hammond is coerced by Jack Cates into helping him track down an elusive, and deadly, drug lord.
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure (1989)
Two time-travelling high school friends round up a team of history''s all-stars to help them pass an important exam.
Rent-A-Cop (1988)
In a crime story set in Chicago, an ex-hooker hires a cop to protect her from a killer.
Backfire (1988) as Clinton James
Betrayal, deceit and murder set to destroy what seems to be the ideal marriage between a Vietnam veteran and his spouse.
I'm Gonna Git You Sucka (1988)
In this parody of blaxploitation movies, one hero recruits former heroes from the 70s to fight the system.
Spies Like Us (1985)
A pair of naive guys with aspirations to become government spies have their wish come true only to find out that they''re being used as decoys for a real spy team.
Fantastic World of D.C. Collins, The (1984) as J T Collins
In his fifth TV-movie, Gary Collins is a UN diplomat's son who continually daydreams about various movie heroes, ranging from Dwight Cloudclimber (sort of a miniaturized Luke "Star Wars" Skywalker) and Alabama Smith (who is not unlike Indiana "Raiders of the Lost Ark" Jones), to a James Bond-type an
Revenge of the Nerds (1984)
A group of misfits decides to start their own fraternity after being rejected by every house on campus. Chaos results, with a brains vs. brawn battle as the football team jocks try to run the nerds off campus. But as the nerds carefully engineer their revenge, it appears their day is at hand.
Never Say Never Again (1983)
An aging James Bond makes an uncharacteristic mistake during a routine training mission leading M to believe the legendary British Intelligence spy is now past his prime. M indefinitely suspends Bond from active duty. However, when Spectre member Fatima Bush and her fellow terrorists successfully steal two nuclear missiles from the U.S. military, M must reinstate Bond as he is the only agent who can beat Spectre at their own game of espionage.
Hear No Evil (1982) as Monday
Cop show pilot with a twist: left stone deaf when a gang of bikers he was trying to nail for drug trafficking attempts to kill him, police detective Gil Gerard goes on medical leave from the force and continues his investigation on his own with his "hearing" dog and information from his former partner, Bernie Casey.
Sharky's Machine (1981)
An Atlanta vice-squad detective loves a high-class call girl linked to politics and a mob boss.
Love Is Not Enough (1978) as Mike Harris
An amiable comedy-drama about a black family which moves from Los Angeles to Detroit in search of a better life. "Harris and Company," the series that spun off from this film, ran briefly in the spring of 1979.
Ring of Passion (1978)
A fact-based drama about the two Louis-Schmeling heavyweight fights and the way both boxers became unwilling symbols of political ideologies just prior to World War II.
Brothers (1977)
After an African American man named David Thomas is imprisoned for a crime he did not commit, he begins corresponding with college professor and black activist Paula Jones. His relationship with Paula gives him insight and the strength he needs to live within the brutal and racist prison system.
Mary Jane Happer Cried Last Night (1977) as Dave Williams
Child abuse is the subject of this film dealing with a deeply troubled young mother whose serious psychiatric problems lead her to take them out on her daughter.
Ants (1977)
Terror from the depths of the earth traps a group of fun-seekers at a lavish summer resort in this thriller that initially was to have been called simply "Ants!" The movie was subsequently titled "Panic at Lakewood Manor."
Man Who Fell to Earth, The (1976)
Thomas Jerome Newton is a humanoid alien who comes to Earth to get water for his dying planet. He starts a high technology company to get the billions of dollars he needs to build a return spacecraft, and meets Mary-Lou, a girl who falls in love with him. He does not count on the greed and ruthlessness of business here on Earth, however.
Cornbread, Earl & Me (1975)
A hoop-dreaming, studious inner-city teen is shot down in error by a black cop and his white partner--an event traumatically witnessed by a neighborhood kid.
Dr. Black and Mr. Hyde (1975) as Dr Henry Pride; Hyde
An African-American scientist develops a formula to regenerate dying liver cells, but it has the unfortunate after-effect of turning him into an albino vampire with a mania for killing prostitutes. A tough police lieutenant investigating the murders discovers the existence of the dual-personality killer, and determines to bring him in.
Panic on the 5:22 (1974) as Wendell Weaver
Terror rides a private railroad car where passengers have only their wits as weapons against three armed men determined to rob and kill them.
Cleopatra Jones (1973)
A female drug agent locks horns with a violent drug dealer.
Boxcar Bertha (1972) as Von Morton
A union leader enlists his girlfriend in a plot to get back at the railroad''''s evil management.
Hit Man (1972) as Tyrone Tackett
A racketeer tears up L.A.'s underworld searching for his brother's killer.
Black Gunn (1972) as Seth
Racial tension in L.A., as beefy nightclub boss Jim Brown avenges his brother''s death by leading black Vietnam vet activists against the white mobsters who are responsible.
Gargoyles (1972) as Head Gargoyle
A horror tale involving an anthropologist researching his book on demonology with his photographer daughter in a bizarre adventure that has a group of gargoyles, descendants of a monster whose skeleton the two have stumbled on, menacing the pair in order to retrieve the bones of their ancestor.
Brian's Song (1971)
One of the most critically acclaimed of all made-for-TV movies, and one of the most watched, this was a finely told and acted story of Brian Piccolo, running back for the Chicago Bears, his lasting rivalry and friendship with fellow player Gale Sayers, and his losing battle with cancer. The film was
Black Chariot (1971) as The drifter
...tick...tick...tick... (1970) as George Harley
A black sheriff's arrival sets off racial fireworks in a small southern town.
Guns of the Magnificent Seven (1969) as Cassie
The last of the original seven assembles a new crew of experts to rescue a captive rebel leader.

Writer (feature film)

Dinner, The (1997) as Screenwriter
The story of three African-American men who get together for dinner in an upscale Savannah, Georgia restaurant to discuss the role of the black man in American.

Producer (feature film)

Dinner, The (1997) as Producer
The story of three African-American men who get together for dinner in an upscale Savannah, Georgia restaurant to discuss the role of the black man in American.

Cast (special)

7th Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards, The (1992)
A broadcast of the Stellar Gospel Music Awards ceremony, taped at Royce Hall in the UCLA Campus, Los Angeles, California.
Sexual Considerations (1992)
A member of the school newspaper staff brings the charge of sexual harassment against the paper's editor.
Hammer, Slammer, and Slade (1990)
A pilot based on the feature film "I'm Gonna Git U Sucka." Three former cops help a friend who is framed for robbery on the very day he retires from the police department.
16th Annual Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame (1989)
An awards special honoring black entertainers. Alvin Ailey received with the Paul Robeson Award, and cabaret performer Elisabeth Welch and singer/dancer Lola Falana were inducted into the Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame.
First Offender (1987)
A drama about a young teen who considers himself "tough," but when he's falsely accused of burglary and incarcerated in juvenile detention, he learns quickly about the harsh realities of life in jail. The drama examines the plight of young adults caught up in the justice system's bureaucracy.
Pros and Cons (1986)
An elite unit of fraud investigators for a coastal county sheriff's department find a deadly insurance scheme and a high-stakes housing scam on its agenda.
Harris and Company (1979) as Mike Harris
A realistic approach to the problems facing a poor black family as seen through the experiences of Mike Harris, a widowed Los Angeles mechanic and the father of five children.

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

Sophisticated Gents, The (1981) as Shurley Walker
Twenty-five-year reunion of members of a Black athletic-social club, based on the book "The Junior Bachelor Society", brings together nine of its members for the first time to honor their old coach but is marred by a murder investigation involving one of the gents (Melvin Van Peebles, who had writte
Roots: The Next Generations (1979)
The unparalleled success of "Roots" in 1977 prompted this continuation of Alex Haley's saga, beginning with the events where its predecessor ended in 1882 and bringing the story to the present with James Earl Jones playing Haley and Marlon Brando as American Nazi leader George Lincoln Rockwell, who

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